Part is a recording showing the documentary 'Gay Spirit' by Barbara Anderson and Brad Newcombe. The documentary explores experiences and expressions of religion and impacts on the LGBTQ2+ community and includes interviews with the following people: Dr. Martin Brokenleg, Brent, Naomi, Hussein, Chris, Bridget, Rick, Father William Mendenhall, Rabai Ken Kaufman, Frank McMillar, and al-Qamar.
Part is a recording showing the Rogers Community 4 broadcast of the 1996 Pride Parade. The parade hosts are Doug Austin, Corrina Antipas and Mark Sonnenberg. The recording contains footage of the parade and cutaways to video showing The Sports Picnic on July 27, 1996. The broadcast is a Rogers Community 4, Kitsilano NTV volunteer production. The recording ends with credits.
Part is a recording of the King/Queen of Seas Show at Rumours Club in Bellingham, Washington on Aug. 17, 1996.
Contents index: (00:25) Gordon Newman - MC (01:30) Tina Rocker - song (07:15) Peter - song (10:40) Betty Desire - song (15:10) Iwanna Slide - song (19:30) Gordon Newman - song (24:55) Celita Slide - song (28:50) Jerry - song (34:30) Stella Starlight (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society) - song (39:10) Al Houston (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society) - song (43:55) Wanda Woolley - song (48:40) Wynonna Storm - song (54:20) Summers Lake and Sue Rockefeller - song (58:40) Kitty Starr - song (1:02:00) Angel - song (1:07:40) Kitty Love - song (1:11:45) Tina Rocker - song (1:16:55) Peter - song (1:20:15) Brentwood Slide - song (1:26:35) Iwanna Slide - song
Part is a recording of the Tacky Drag Show sponsored by the Phoenix Heraldic Society at the Dufferin Hotel on Aug. 30, 1996.
Contents index: (00:50) Gordon Newman introduces MCs, Peter Storm and Josie Mae (02:00) Josie Mae - song (07:30) Tara Nova - song (12:35) Ruby Stone - song (17:25) Glenn - song (19:40) Ms. Adrian - song (26:10) Sumi Sashay - song (31:55) Wanda Fuca - song (36:45) Gordon Newman (Bellingham) - song (42:20) Myria Le Noir and Venus De Mylar - Set 2 MCs (45:35) Cheryl - song (51:15) James - song (59:35) Claudia -song (1:03:30) Myria Le Noir - song (1:10:30) Diana Rose - song (1:16:00) [?] - song (1:22:35) Imelda Mae Santos - song (1:30:10) Al Houston (GVNCS) - song
Item part is a variety of recorded programs on a videocassette. The first program, 50/up, contains a segment interviewing individuals about the difficulties in coming out as gay or lesbian when around 50 years of age. The segment includes comments from psychologist Richard Dopson. 50/up continues with a Health Tips segment with Dr. Sharfiq Qaadri about varicose veins. The remainder of the program and tape has been taped over with episode #214 of MADtv.
Item part is part 1 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). The program opens with clips of CBC, CTV, and other news reports which touch on the backlash of Christian fundamentalists, their opposition to Gay Games III being held in Vancouver, and a controversial ad ran by a fundamentalist pastor in the Vancouver Sun; the news clips also contain comments from Celebration '90 Director Richard Dopson and Alderman Gordon Price. The recording then continues with live footage of fireworks, presumably those of the opening ceremonies of Celebration '90, followed by live footage of the opening ceremonies in B.C. Place stadium, including performances by Lesbian and Gay Bands of America, a welcome from committee chairs, staff, and the Board of Directors; the rainbow flag flown by Brent Nicholson Earle, and the parade of athetes.
Item part is part 2 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 2 opens with live footage of the opening ceremonies of Celebration '90 in B.C. Place stadium, continuing the parade of athletes from where part 1 ended, followed by the singing of the national anthem by the Vancouver Chorus; remarks from Master of Ceremonies Robin Tyler and political and sports representatives. Also included are performances by the Vancouver Chorus and Celebration '90 Festival Chorus, followed with the lighting of the torch to officially open the Games and Cultural Festival. Part 2 ends with a clip of a news report covering the events and speakers opening of the Games, as well as those protesting outside B.C. Place stadium.
Item part is part 3 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 3 opens with clips of news reports covering the opening of Celebration '90 and the Gay Pride Parade which was held in conjunction with Celebration '90, followed by live footage of the crowd outside of the closing ceremonies at B.C. Place stadium on August 11th, 1990. The program then continues with live footage of the closing ceremony proceedings, including remarks from MP Kim Campbell, performances by the Lesbian and Gay Bands of America and the Bay Area Raw Rahs cheerleaders, the parade of champions, remarks by Master of Ceremonies Robin Tyler, performances by the Celebration '90 Festival Chorus of "Esperanto" and "Never Turning Back," and presentation of the Tom Waddell Cup.
Item part is part 4 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 4 opens with live footage of the closing ceremonies of Celebration '90, continuing from where part 3 left off, including footage of a musical performance by Long John Baldry, closing remarks and thanks from Celebration '90 Executive Director Mark Mees, the passing of the Gay Games flag by Federation of Gay Games representative Rick Peterson and the official announcement of Gay Games IV (1994) in New York (N.Y.), a musical performance by The Nylons, and the closing Carnival! parade. The recording closes with live footage of the crowds departing from B.C. Place stadium after the closing ceremonies, followed by clips of news reports on the closing of Celebration '90, including comments fron Celebration '90 Director Richard Dopson.
Item part is a recording of Richard's 50th birthday party, which the timestamp indicates took place on October 21st, 1995, at a restaurant on the southwest corner of West Broadway and Fir Street. The recording captures festivities, toasts, speeches, birthday wishes, interviews with Richard Dopson's friends, mother, and colleagues, and shared stories about Richard.
Item part is part 1 (of 2) of a videocassette containing recordings of Gay Pride parades in Vancouver (B.C.). The first parade on the recording is the 1988 parade. The recording begins with people and parade floats gathered in a parking lot in Stanley Park, and the camera operator captures shots of some of the parade entries and speaks with participants before the parade commences. This is followed by footage of parade onlookers gathered at English Bay, and the parade captured from Beach Ave. near Denman St, including a parade group representing Celebration '90. The camera operator then walks down Beach Ave. along with the parade. The parade concludes at Sunset Beach west of the Burrard Street Bridge, where a Tina Turner impersonator is performing on a stage, followed by remarks from political personalities, an announcement about events planned for Celebration '90, and the presentation of awards to the winning entries in the parade.
Item part is part 2 (of 2) of a videocassette containing recordings of Gay Pride parades in Vancouver (B.C.). The first half of this part is footage of the 1987 Gay Pride parade. The recording of the parade begins with people and parade floats gathered in a parking lot in Stanley Park, and the camera operator captures shots of some of the parade entries and speaks with participants before the parade commences. The parade then begins, exiting Stanley Park and travelling along Beach Ave.; the camera operator travels along with one of the floats. The second half of this part is recorded footage of the 1985 Gay Pride parade. The recording captures people and floats assembling and preparing in Nelson Park prior to the parade commencing, followed by footage of the parade after it begins near the intersection of Comox St. and Bute St.. The camera operator then captures scenes of the parade along Beach Ave. near Nicola St.. The footage concludes with a potato sack race and people socializing in what appears to be Stanley Park.